Syfy’s Sharknado has taken us around the world and into space, so there’s one way this had to end. New reports suggest the absurd and beloved franchise is chomping its teeth to a close, and will travel through time for its ultimate end.
Global Warming remains a very real threat to the world, but minor bright side – we don’t have flying sharks to deal with (yet). Not so for Sharknado, which winds into a fifth movie with a new Global Swarming subtitle, and a list of cameos from Fabio, to Tony Hawk, Kathy Lee Gifford and even a Game of Thrones White Walker.
In all the chaos of recent months, you’d be forgiven to find the satire of Sharknado quaint at this point. Nonetheless, flying sharks will spread equally worldwide with a fifth installment of Syfy’s signature film, taking stars Ian Ziering and Tara Reid on an international production.
If nothing else, Sharknado fans would surely tune into fourth Syfy installment The 4th Awakens to learn the fate of Tara Reid’s April, but why wait? Syfy has revealed the answer weeks ahead of the premiere, and no red witch can resurrect Sharknado out of this one.
We probably should have seen coming that Syfy’s fourth Sharknado outing The 4th Awakens would look to capitalize on the annual Star Wars day, and if ever you thought a galaxy far, far away could use some flying sharks, today’s your day. Take a look at the Force Awakens-style poster for Sharknado’s next storm, along with the full roster of C-list cameos!
Sharknado sequels haven’t always put too much effort into their titles, but with a fourth installment now chumming the waters around July, there has been an awakening. Oh yes, Sharknado: The 4th Awakens has officially set a July premiere with a brand-new poster.
Sharknado 3 already reach the pinnacle of great white weather catastrophes in taking its titular threat to friggin’ space, and there’s only one way to top it. You’re goddamn right: Gary Busey. The fourth installment in Syfy’s surprisingly endurant social media disaster flick has whipped up the winds of production, announcing its first guest stars and details.
Sharknado 3 may not have the same critical acclaim as its predecessors (this is a real sentence I just typed), but by gum, if they don’t know how to drive audiences into a feeding frenzy. Having already been to space, a fourth installment is officially ensured, but the return of one cast member will be up to you.
As if Sharknado or its sequel hadn’t assaulted your sanity enough, its impending trilogy may well take a golden chainsaw to it. The Sharknado officially becomes a “Sharkicane” threatening to devour the “Feast Coast” in Syfy’s extended threequel trailer, and between Frankie Muniz, storm-sensing and fighter jets, not even David Hasselhoff can rescue you from drowning in madness.